Locked away in Philadelphia's natural history museum for decades a set of 10 diamonds finally resurfaced and made their way back to their native state and are now on public display in Piggot, Arkansas. Together they weigh nearly 23 carats and were among 769 carats of diamonds that were mined in Arkansas in 1931. Each of these gems is unique in color, size, and quality. The author uses 19 photos and charts to help these rare, USA diamonds tell their own stories. Read this fascinating account of history, science, and discovery.
About the Author
My book, "Genuine Diamonds Found in Arkansas," is now in its third printing. I have written numerous articles for magazines including Gold Prospectors, Lost Treasure, Rock and Gem, Mother Earth News, Contemporary Christian, Western & Eastern Treasure, and The Kansas City Star Magazine. I was featured on the front cover of the Sept/Oct, 2010, issue of Gold Prospector Magazine. I have also written, hosted, and produced a DVD called, "How To Find Genuine Diamonds in Arkansas."